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For International Day of the Girl on 11 October 2020, female ambassadors in Ireland pay tribute to the girls of Ireland and around the world Fifteen female ambassadors posted to Ireland happily answered the call of Polish Ambassador to Ireland, Ms. Anna Sochańska, to deliver a special message to the girls of Ireland and around the world. Inspired by their own experiences, they share a message of self-acceptance, self-belief, and self-respect to today’s girls. Developed and produced by the Embassy of Poland, the video features the female heads of the diplomatic missions of Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Cyprus, Finland, Germany, Greece, Nigeria, Palestine, Poland, Romania, South Africa, and Ukraine. For more information on the International Day of the Girl go to: https://en.unesco.org/commemorations/internationaldaygirlchild #IDG2020

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The fall of the Berlin Wall and the unification of East and West Germany 30 years ago were only made possible by the peaceful commitment of people to freedom, democracy and human rights – in East Germany but also in other countries. Germany’s unification also brought down the “Iron Curtain” that had divided Europe for more than 40 years. That’s why it is a day on which we celebrate the courage with which people throughout Central and Eastern Europe fought for freedom and democracy. German Unification was also Europe’s gift to Germany. It motivated us to drive forward Europe’s unification. And to strive for peace, freedom and human rights everywhere in the world.

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